Anxiety occurs with everyone at some point in their lives. Things like preparing for a job interview, a performance, or even a date can lead to anxiety. Anxiety lasts for a short time in most people. However, when you have an anxiety disorder, the symptoms do not go away within a short time. The staff at Recovery Ranch PA understands that your anxiety disorder causes a variety of symptoms that affect your daily life, and that possibly worsens over time.\u00a0Get the help that you need in a tranquil environment that focuses on your recovery. Get answers to your questions about treating your anxiety, co-occurring disorders, and information about anxiety treatment programs. What are Anxiety Disorders? What does it mean when a person has an anxiety disorder? You experience extreme symptoms or a heightened level of symptoms that last much longer than the short-term normal anxiety. Some indicators of anxiety disorder potentially include: \tConstant worrying \tStress beyond that experienced by most other people \tAnticipating the worst of situations that may not even have occurred yet \tAvoidance of conditions that potentially lead to anxiety symptoms \tIrritability or restlessness \tInability to focus or concentrate There are several other potential symptoms of anxiety disorders, including muscle tension, fatigue, shortness of breath, pounding heart, and sleep problems. Although people with anxiety typically experience several of these symptoms, everyone with an anxiety disorder does not have the same symptoms. Several factors possibly determine which symptoms you have, and their severity, along with your specific type of anxiety disorder. Are There Different Types of Anxiety Disorders? Anxiety disorders require diagnosis by a professional, such as a psychologist, a therapist, or a specialist from anxiety treatment programs that focus on treating anxiety disorders. The professional staff typically treats other types of mental health disorders. There are several primary types of anxiety disorders, such as: \tGeneralized anxiety disorder \tSocial anxiety disorder which is also known as social phobia \tPanic disorder \tAgoraphobia \tPhobias There are other types of anxiety disorders, including separation anxiety disorder, and substance-induced, or medication-induced anxiety disorder. Each type of anxiety disorder has its symptoms, although symptoms sometimes overlap. The National Institute of Mental Health describes the signs of primary anxiety disorders. Generalized anxiety disorder symptoms include feeling restless, irritable, on-edge, having difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, and other symptoms. Social anxiety disorder symptoms include having a deep fear of social situations, worrying that your symptoms will result in embarrassment from negative evaluations from other people, and making a concentrated effort to avoid social situations. Panic disorder results in recurrent panic attacks that possibly results in shaking, sweating, palpitations, feelings of being out of control, and other possible symptoms, which your anxiety treatment programs highly-trained staff will discuss with you. Explaining your symptoms and discussing your symptoms with us helps the qualified, empathetic professionals determine your treatment needs. Contact Recovery Ranch PA to Learn More About Anxiety Treatment Programs Some people turn to alcohol or other drugs to cope with their anxiety disorders, leading to a diagnosis of co-occurring disorders. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reveals that having co-occurring mental health disorders and substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life. You never have to feel that no one will understand you or your needs if you go to treatment for your anxiety disorder, or co-occurring substance abuse disorder. The anxiety treatment programs at Recovery Ranch PA offer the ideal treatment plan for your individualized needs. The treatment that you receive depends on several factors and is unique to your specific anxiety disorder and treatment needs. Get treatment that focuses on the recovery of the whole person. Recover in a safe, structured, supportive environment, where you learn that others experience symptoms similar to your symptoms. Start your recovery today. Contact us today at , and heal in a natural, comfortable, home-like setting.